Re: Homo erectus: racial variants of Homo sapiens?
22 Jan 1997 13:54:09 GMT
Hello, This is from a request for a repost of my article. I have gotten a
couple of flame letters from my positive notes about Mr. Sitchin. Yes, I
have read most of his work and find no evidence of Science Fiction
Debbie <email@example.com> wrote in article
> There has been much talk about the author Zecharia Sitchens "Earth
> Chronicles" and his extensive work into Ancient Sumer. There seems to be
> common thread that runs through all cultures. This thread is depicted in
> Biblical Genesis, however, in a very condensed version. In my studies, I
> have found that Homo Erectus suddenly appeared after a very long period
> prior to Cro-Magnon. There is also the theory that life was seeded from
> space. The Scientific family have even jumped off their high horse to
> collaborate this. Along with these notions, the seeding of the earth
> with the creation is wonderfully depicted in Sitchens books, especially,
> "The Twelfth Planet", "When Time Began", and "Genesis Revisited". I
> recommend this reading to any and all 21st Century Anthro's.
> Personally, I am not an over-religious person, but if you read Genesis
> compare this to the much, much older Enuma Elish (Sumerian Creation
> there doesn't seem to be any room for doubt. To sum it up....Did a
> advanced Super Techno Race (GOD) appear yugas ago and genetically perform
> in vitro fertilization with ape-woman. Is this our "Created in the image
> God" scenario. Why Africa, the ancient sumerians depict these Gods
> to this planet in need of an earthly mineral needed for their atmosphere.
> Our spacecraft has a thin "gold" coating over the windows for the
> protection of the Astronauts from harmful radiation. I have never been
> "alien crazy", but I must admit, in my studies of the Ancient Sumerian
> society and the early Judaic civilization, it seems remotely possible
> the great Jewish Father Abraham whose origin was from sumer could have
> the Author of Judaic belief, bringing his knowledge of the Creation of
> earth and people to a people starving for a religion.